THE DO'S AND DON'TS OF DESIGNING A DOOR ENTRY AUTOMATION SYSTEM
If you are thinking of trying your hand at door entry automation system design, you might want to think twice. No, I'm not discouraging you nor telling you that this is a bad idea from the get-go. What I am telling you, is that unless you are willing to put in the time, effort and energy to do a decent job, you probably would be better off leaving this to a trained professional – that has the expertise, as well as the patience to experiment with a door entry automation and design.
The funny thing about this is that it is really very subjective; if you don't feel safe, you're truly not – it’s that simple. It all actually goes back to your perception and since you are the only person that is most aware of your safety, it's very tempting to think that you can go ahead and design your own door entry automation system – it doesn't work like that. You may have all sorts of preferences and big ideas, but when it comes time to implementing them, you can quickly discover that it only looks good on paper.
So, what should you do when designing a door and entry automation system? What should you be on the lookout for and what should you avoid? Here are some quick do's and don'ts:
Don't follow trendy advice. If all your friends are telling you that one particular door entry system is the best way, you might want to think about it first. Now, this doesn't necessarily mean that you should completely disregard their recommendation. Instead, you should be skeptical because they're recommending it based on a particular set of uses; in other words, there's a specific context to their recommendation.